## 1 Allocating Resources to Multiple Antenna Mobile Nodes in Fading Wireless Ad-Hoc Networks with Temporally Correlated Loss

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@MISC{Zheng_1allocating,

author = {Lynn Zheng and Hamid Jafarkhani},

title = {1 Allocating Resources to Multiple Antenna Mobile Nodes in Fading Wireless Ad-Hoc Networks with Temporally Correlated Loss},

year = {}

}

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### Abstract

Abstract — Addressing the tradeoff between the QoS and consumed power is a critical issue for wireless ad-hoc networks. The loss observed in such networks is often temporally correlated. Multiple antenna systems utilizing space-time block codes are gaining increasing popularity as the result of being adopted by different wireless standards. This paper focuses on optimal resource allocation schemes for wireless ad-hoc networks with mobile nodes utilizing space-time block codes. Relying on adaptive modulation techniques for multiple antenna systems, this paper examines optimal schemes of maximizing throughput under power and loss constraints as well as minimizing transmission power under throughput and loss constraints. In order to properly model temporally correlated loss observed in a fading wireless channel, we propose the use of finite-state Markov chains. Details of fading statistics of signal-to-interference ratio (SIR), an important indicator of transmission quality, are presented. We also analyze the impacts of enforcing power, block-loss probabilities, and throughput constraints in conjunction with the use of space-time block codes.

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